SEEING IS BELIEVING  

rm_mzhunyhole 67F
60249 posts
9/11/2006 12:02 am

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SEEING IS BELIEVING

Lordy..I'm over half a century old...

I've seen lots of things from right here in my lil ole space in this part of the world...right here in the boonies of Kentucky.

I've sat at my granny's feet and watched her turn milk into butter...just by rolling a jar in her lap..while she'd tell us some story about bears or snakes that she fought off in the woods..thinking that would scare us enough to keep us outta them.

I've seen crappie ..as big as basketballs..down at Caverun Lake.Caught me 6 in a row one summer..I was sooo proud.

I've seen..a tiny human being..laid warm upon my stomach..and could not believe..that was my child..that I could be any part..of perfection.

I've seen eagles flying free and high..more than once..from right where I stand outside..gives me a proud feeling..

I've seen a woman broken..I've seen her face before..I've seen women who figure it out....I looked back at one in the mirror..as I smiled right back at me..

I've seen love shining in someone's eyes..right at me..and there's nothing like the feeling it gives ya...ya just know it..it's there..or it ain't there..I have looked into the eyes of love..

Two airplanes are flying into this here building..as I flip my TV on..after getting home..from the midnite shift..at first..I think it's just a simulation..then the shock sets in..I couldn't believe what I was seeing..never in my lifetime.

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten?

Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen..

What wouldn't I believe?


When someone comes along,gonna give ya some love and affection,I say..Get it while ya can.


rm_1SweetBitch 56F
8575 posts
9/11/2006 12:13 am

When going through school I had to do many hours watching autopsies. Watching them was of great interest and very educational...it was the smell that was bad.

No Day Is So Bad It Can't Be Fixed With Great Sex!

1 SweetBitch


tootsiedippin 54M/54F
1078 posts
9/11/2006 12:13 am

I have looked into the eyes of children that called me father and I had no idea who they were.

I have looked into the eyes of a woman who called me husband who I had no idea who she was.

I have looked into the eyes of a man and had no idea who I was.

I have looked into the euyes of my grandson and knew who I am...

Dippin


cuteNEway 42F

9/11/2006 12:34 am

never forgotten? The looks of disappoint ment in my parents' eyes.

I have seen and not you? I've been swimming at night in a fluorescent bay. The water fluoresces into neon blue wherever you move it!

you'd believe what you think is bullshit. And I think your bullshit meter is at 100%


redrobin012057 61F

9/11/2006 12:40 am

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten?My brother laying in an open coffin as if he were asleep.....I touched his forehead and he was sooo very cold, I just broke down.

Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen..9 pilots whales that stranded themselves at a nearby beach.

That no matter what the size of the package is, there is always good.


Glimmer_Man06 48M
3308 posts
9/11/2006 12:57 am

Never Forget 911 Victims

They say a woman ages like fine wine...

...mine ages like milk!


brute472 76M
3480 posts
9/11/2006 1:32 am

I've seen an aeroplane 60 feet under the surface of the sea as the result of war.
I've seen a mothers love for her offspring, my own, and yours.


CreatingBeauty 56F

9/11/2006 2:00 am

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten?
~ the terror in my childrens eyes as they saw their mother get beaten by their father~

Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen..
~ twin antelope born, and standing for the very first time in a field of fresh fall snow~

What wouldn't I believe?
~ how beautiful the snow is dancing with the wind on the streets here in wyoming~

~Life is drawing without an eraser~

True passionate artists feel every dimensional thing around them. They absorb the scene....................


lovemetouchme5 52F
2102 posts
9/11/2006 3:22 am

About a 1 1/2 years ago I was on the fire department. There was a call of a car vs. Tractor accident. When my soon2bx and I arrived on the scene, we could see that the driver of the vehicle was lying dead on the ground. He was a pillar of our community. I still see his body lying there. I didn't stay on the department much longer after that.


rm_PurryKitty2 49M/51F
9753 posts
9/11/2006 3:26 am

Mz Huny,

I think I am lucky and must say the things I have seen have all been good and I have no sad tragedies in my life, but I have seen several ghosts and have had many weird experiences with them.

Purry ö

Purry


Hydragenias 57F

9/11/2006 3:55 am

Witnessing the birth of my two grandbabies
Watching my Dad take his last breath while holding his hand

Those are the two main things that I can think of right off the top of my head but Im sure I can think of many more.


_Safira 55F
11260 posts
9/11/2006 4:18 am

MZ HUNY ~ Ask me what I haven't seen. Two places that I have been are Heaven and Hell ... Those, as you can imagine, had a serious impact on my life. Believe it ... or not. *much love* / {=}

This is my blog - Comes With Warning Labels. There are many like it, but this one is mine.

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somethingelse40 76M
14676 posts
9/11/2006 4:20 am

the long term effects of useless information ...?

SEEING IS BELIEVING!


rm_95Renegade 51M
198 posts
9/11/2006 4:47 am

This is going to take a bit of presetup so you can get an idea of the significance of what was taking place. I hope none of this is considered classified or I could get in a lot of trouble for telling it.

For about six or seven years I was assigned to an Air Control Squadron in Florida. During the 8-month ordeal of Operations Desert Shield/Storm I was in Saudi Arabia and was in country to augment our sister squadron (from another base in Florida). There were 30 of us from my unit there in our augmentation role.

Right around January (just prior to the start of war) our worksite was locked down and no one was allowed to leave. Even in the winter, the desert was scorching hot during the day and freezing during the night. We slept in 10-man tents on cots. (I usually wrapped up in a mink blanket and a severe-cold-weather sleeping bag). We washed our uniforms in large water jugs that we had cut the tops off of. Then we just dangled the uniforms from the equipment vans and they’d be dry in about 20 minutes! Prior to the war starting it got pretty boring. It got to be so boring at times we had to pass the time filling and stacking sandbags just to keep from going insane. Sometimes we’d catch scorpions and make them fight each other to the death. One of our guys caught a large black scorpion and had him in a large water jug that he had partially filled with sand. The scorpion started to climb up the side of the jug and was sort of propping itself up on its own tail. The guy tried to get him down by tapping on the side of the bottle with a pencil but that only infuriated the scorpion. The scorpion attempted to strike the pencil through the wall of the bottle but since it was balancing on its own tail it couldn’t get its stinger up high enough to clear its body. It ended up stinging itself in the back of the head and immediately went into convulsions and died. I never saw anything like it in all my 39 years and I actually felt bad for the thing. Go figure.

Later, we kept a little kangaroo rat in the bottle. We’d leave out crackers all over the place and the rat would run out of the bottle, grab a cracker and run back in. It was hilarious because he was so damn fast you could barely see him. The camel spiders were too intimidating for us Air Force “sissies” to mess with although the local Marines had no problems playing with them.

Anyway, to the question at hand:

February 16th, 1991 appoximately 9:55PM Saudi Arabia time.

Some co-workers and I were in a 10-man tent just outside of our Message Processing Center equipment. Most of us were off shift but since we were locked down we had no where to go but to our tents to go to sleep. My best friend in all the world and I were playing a military strategy board game called Axis and Allies. Suddenly, we heard this loud screeching sound that pierced the tent and made the Earth around us quiver. My friend said “Is that an F-15 taking off?” I said “Ain’t no F-15 takes off straight up!” Immediately, we heard the sound again and figured out what it was just as our “Giant Voice” loud speaker system blared into full blast. Whoop-Whoop-Whoop-Whoop! Whoop-Whoop-Whoop-Whoop! Attention in the compound! Scud Alert! Condition Red! Take Cover, Take Cover! Turns out, the sounds we heard were Patriot missiles from the missile battery about 50 yards outside our northern compound wall. As everyone scurried to the bomb shelter we heard secondary explosions which were the Patriot missiles detonating and a scud missile was shot down just about 3 miles northeast of our position. The unit I was augmenting had a team that went out and gathered parts of the missile to determine if it had chemical agents in it but thankfully it didn’t.

Later that same year we were in our huge mess tent eating chow when we heard a massive whump that shook the Earth around us. The walls of the chow tent collapsed in on themselves and for a moment I thought they would come down on us. All the air left the tent and for a few seconds it was impossible to breathe. Later, we found out a scud missile had hit an Air National Guard Barracks about 6 miles from our site. A lot of the people in the barracks were from my home base. Many airmen lost their lives that day and many more were injured. Tears well up in my eyes as I think about it. Sometimes it is harder to survive than to die. It took a really long time for me to get over seeing body bags filled with my fellow brothers in arms while I walked around unharmed.

One night I was manning an M-60 heavy machine gun while on guard duty in a bunker just outside our compound. A white civilian pickup truck was barreling toward our position. We were sure he couldn’t see us because our entire position was under camouflage and it was really dark. Our first sergeant fired a flare from an M-79 grenade launcher and it lit up the sky like the forth of July. However, the truck kept coming and I was forced to open fire on it. I drilled it with short bursts, round after round until the barrel of my M-60 was so hot it was starting to glow. The truck slowed but kept coming so I kept firing. The truck came to rest as it plowed into the side of our compound and just outside of my field of fire. It turns out the driver was a local teenager out for a joyride. He had taken a ravine at a bad angle and knocked himself unconscious but the vehicle was set up with a gear shift type accelerator that would have to be manually released. To make a long story short. I got a medal for my quick action in the protection of the men and women in my unit. I got a medal for the lives I could possibly have saved that night had the truck been a suicide bomber. No, my eyes well with tears because I got a medal for killing a kid. I killed a kid who was doing nothing but having fun and I got a FUCKING MEDAL FOR IT! For the record, that medal, probably still to this day lies somewhere in the desert of Saudi Arabia because I threw it as far as I could into the deepest ravine I could find. I still see a therapist over that one. It’s funny, I’ve never told anyone that story other than the 3 therapists that I have been assigned to. (I get a new therapist every time I transfer to a new duty station).

My apologies for clogging up your blog, maybe I should have saved these stories for my own.


deliciousngood 65F
1667 posts
9/11/2006 5:11 am

I've seen the angels come while my sweet daddy took his final breath.

Recently,while I was driving, I saw a rainbow. It was HUGE and as I got near it, all of a sudden it was IN the car with me! I was astounded. For a BRIEF,fleeting moment I held a rainbow in my lap!

I LOVE YOU MISS HUNNY


intenseureyes 54M/50F
224 posts
9/11/2006 5:31 am

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten? The look on my grandmother's face when she was talking to me and didn't know who i was anymore...

Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen.. The ocean swells on the new england coast right before a nor'easter

What wouldn't I believe? That i can't wait for the first tree to start changing colors this year.


giasine 44F

9/11/2006 5:48 am

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten?

Ghosts. I have seen ghosts.

Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen..

The medevac helos coming in with casualties in Afghanistan. I can still feel the heat of the sun, and the dust kicked up by the helo- having to squeeze my eyes shut as it landed and powered down. I can still hear the shouts of the medics, and their footsteps as they rushed a casualty into the field hospital- 50 feet away. I remember blood dripping across the tarmac. Most of the casualties themselves were silent. It was all so surreal... yet real.

I hate referring to them as "casualties"- that word sounds like I'm dehumanizing them. But we all do that over there- it's the only way to keep a hold on your sanity and get the mission done.

What wouldn't I believe?

That I'd rather watch medevac helos than see ghosts.


free2chose2 67F

9/11/2006 5:51 am

I've seen my son nearly slip into a diabetic coma twice and just recently I've seen the pride of that same 24 yr old son holding his newborn daughter.

I believe I already told you about standing under the Eiffel tower in Paris, France

Don't worry, be Happy


SacredStarDance

9/11/2006 6:02 am

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten?

........ a birth of a child

Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen..

........my tears from your beautiful blogs

What wouldn't I believe?

......I have that same pink bra and panty set .. great pic..

GOD BLESS AMWERICA


under the stars
We choose to write
you choose what you comprehend.
read twice and be nice
every key stroke... has a heart beat


rm_DarknStar 55F
2823 posts
9/11/2006 6:45 am

Things they can never take away from me.....I tooo watched myself give birth to my 2 kids. Then when my granddaughter was born, I WAS THERE too.............Given birth and watching them grow......are GREAT enough for me!


silverbreeze2 67F

9/11/2006 6:52 am

I think the most shocking thing I have ever seen was 9-11. I couldn't believe my eyes as to what was happening. It still bothers me.

Since you and I are the same age MzHuny, we both have seen a lot. I doubt if there is anything I have seen that you haven't!

What wouldn't you believe? Well, if your like me, you can believe most anything, not too many shocking things left, other than 9-11, now that was shocking!


cbron2 76M

9/11/2006 6:53 am

OOH LOrdy!!! MzHuny..pink is definetly your color....!!! What have I seen...seen eagles fly..hawks (right on my property..as well as big ole owls)..I guess the one thing I've seen..that you haven't..(I thank God you haven't)..is war..up close and personal..that's it no details..and of course 9/11..I was teaching my Intro to TV Production class..we were discussing the impact of tv on today's society..I turned around and turned on the tv.looking for a show that impacts our world ..when we saw the plane hit..I thought it was a movie..when I realized it wasn't I threw the switch that turned all the tv's in the school on..as we all watched in horror and disbelief..hoping for better days
Clint


rm_4it921 63M
1371 posts
9/11/2006 6:59 am

Youve seen the good things in life and the simple freedoms. I live in Belfast and I have seen too much hate and bigotry and not enough of what really matters sometimes.

I have stood at the top of the World Trade Centre and so will never forget the scenes on my television that day.

Take care xx


Greekgirl4u06 40F

9/11/2006 7:55 am

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten? My first patient that i was with that took their last breath in front of me

Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen.. I doubt ive seen anything that youve yet to experience.....

What wouldn't I believe? that im actually a shy person


rm_Ptalk1155 35M
3450 posts
9/11/2006 8:15 am

I haven't seen much, but then again, I'm not even a quarter-century old yet.


rm_sexxikritter 53F
2715 posts
9/11/2006 8:31 am

I have seen new life enter this world, both human and animals. Those times will never be forgotten, from my son's birth to helping a childhood cat give birth. I have seen someone take, right in front of my eyes, the collection can for Jerry's kids. He must have been desperate to steal from the crippled. I have seen my first love, laying beside the road, hit by a drunk driver. Thank God, he survived with only a broken leg. I have seen the images of war, skin tore away from bodies, limbs mangled and dangling. Pictures of babies and children burned like a marshmallow over a campfire, all in the name of some Higher Power. I doubt He or She approved.

Come the first heavy, wet snow of the season, it sticks to the bare limbs of the trees and ladens the branches of the pines, the sun comes up and a trillion prisms are let loose. Have you ever seen that? Such beauty and wonderment still surrounds us in this world.

I doubt there is much that you wouldn't believe in this world. Many images make me shake my head in disbelief but when they are right there, in color or in black and white, it's impossible to not believe.


õ DEBBIE õ


sacredsara 36F

9/11/2006 8:31 am

thank you so much for dropping in at my blog! that was so sweet of you i love it when semi-normal people come by hahaha. things ive seen...

ive seen a parylized woman asking for my help...
ive seen death up close...
ive seen children beg for their mother..there was no mother to be had
ive seen blue skies, green grass, love...

short list but im sick. you have a great blog here i love it. have a kick ass day!


lissi888888 53F
1401 posts
9/11/2006 8:49 am

My never forget and wouldn't believe for ya is a ghost. Seen em more than once but this one will be in my psyche forever. It scared the living shit out of me. *sigh* You don't have to believe it but I was there and I saw it.


ohcurious14 61M  
1684 posts
9/11/2006 8:51 am

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten? Well it was the building I saw explode when the gas line didn't get shut off when the building was on fire. At that time I was only a foot behind the policeman that got the skin peeled back on his arms and i never got touched.



Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen..

I saw the debris of a twin engine plane wreck near my mom's house and it came down so hard all the wreckage was tiny pieces and the bodies we're tiny pieces.

What wouldn't I believe?

I've seen a deer hit by a car going at least 90 MPH and had such a low front end on it it undercut the deer and sent it catapulting end over end over 10 feet in the air.


sooolongsuckers 42M

9/11/2006 9:34 am

You wouldnt believe me if I told ya.


Kmunch_Returns

9/11/2006 10:02 am

KMUNCH BACK NOW!!! NO STOP KMUNCH!!!! KMUNCH RULE WORLD NOW!!!!

NO ONE BELIEVE WHAT KMUNCH SEE AMERICA LEARNS WAYS OF KMUNCH BRING SPECIAL K TO MIDDLE EAST FOR EXCHANGE IN NOT DESTROYING YOU!!!!!

SOON THERE BE WORLD PEACE OR KMUNCH DESTROY YOU!!!
NO STOP KMUNCH!!!


rm_KingEdain 47M
1848 posts
9/11/2006 10:49 am

I saw the Blue Angels perform one time.... I'll never forget that.

Lets see........... Have you ever seen Mars or Jupiter through a telescope?

Would you beleive that I of all people have got some fans on here?


rm_moonboy23 37M
893 posts
9/11/2006 10:59 am

"Lordy..I'm over half a century old..."
but you are so sexy and write so sexy blogs


ButteryDelight 60F

9/11/2006 12:10 pm

many things have i seen that i 've not forgotten. After the birth of my two children it would be, beautiful flat farm lands in Kansas, The Ozark Mountains, The ocean, the beach, a steamboat ride up the mississippi river.

Not sure that there is anything that i have seen that you have not.

Buttery Delight


goodatpoetry2 68M
16570 posts
9/11/2006 12:17 pm

I've seen a UFO.
Not up close, but there was NO doubt as to what it was.


RevJoseyWales 71M/67F
14393 posts
9/11/2006 12:24 pm

Answer to all three questions. Combat service Republic of South Viet Nam, 1968-69. "nuff said. Joe

"McVeigh had the right idea, wrong address."

"This ain't Dodge City, and you ain't Bill Hickok."


minoan55 63M
114 posts
9/11/2006 12:38 pm

One thing that I will never forget (because I will keep going back to see it as long as I can) is -

Watching the sun set over the ruined volcanic caldera of Santorini, said by many to be the most beautiful sunset in the world. A totally awe-inspiring spectacle.


boydcounty 68M

9/11/2006 12:57 pm

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten?
- The first time I saw my daughter. I was overwhelmed.

Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen..
-In 1988, I was living in North Carolina and I saw an American Airlines commuter plane crash just as it took off at Raliegh-Durham airport. 11 people died in that crash. The plane flew across the highway I was driving on, crashed into a pond and exploded when it skidded in to trees on the opposite bank.

What wouldn't I believe?
You wouldn't believe that you would pay $3.00 a gallon for gas.

I'll never forget [post 503831]
- boyd county -

-boydcounty-


Jassy943_2 44F

9/11/2006 1:05 pm

watching and talking to my dad when he was laying at the hospital bed half conciously. Telling him that its alright to go and i promised to take care of mom when he is guiding me from heaven. Then saw his eyes closed slowly after i have made that promise and tears from his eyes.

Not sure if you believe this? I have dreamt about my dad few times and guess what? I won a huge prize in cash. First time, after 8 months of his passing i dreamt of my dad gave me chinese new year "ANG POW" (its a red packet with money inside and normally given by married couples or relatives)On that morning, i went and bought all our cars numbers and woala..it came out first , third and consolation prizes! Thank you dad! !

btw mz hun...best stories i have ever read on AdultFriendFinder! cheers girlfriend!


Notfunanymore 106F
10289 posts
9/11/2006 3:07 pm

I will never forget my brother lying there dead after taking his own life....... Nor will I forget my father's death, holding his hand and telling him, "It's okay daddy, you can go, I'll hold your hand and walk you through the gates..."

I really doubt you've seen hemodialysis being done in the operating room during open heart surgery! I have, it cool!

I don't think you'd believe I'm shy once I get to know someone, cuz I'm not!!!

Have a good nite!


wickedeasy 68F  
31572 posts
9/11/2006 4:59 pm

mzhuny - today i would like to say thank you - not going to answer the questions although they are good ones. your imagery today made me smile in recognition, brought tears to my eyes, made me nod my head and go oh yes - made me want to give thanks

mzhuny - don't you ever stop writing - you make words sing

we

You cannot conceive the many without the one.


rm_aranayd 47M
2014 posts
9/11/2006 5:59 pm

What have I seen that you probably haven't? Stuff I'll never forget? I've seen a fool on a skateboard stand at the top of one of the steepest hills in San Francisco, think about it, and go down anyway. And live. I've seen at least five-hundred California sea lions take over my favorite beach. I've seen Susan Sarandon blush (in fact, I caused it). And, I have seen the sun set through a hole in an ocean-bound rock. There are plenty of sights I wish I could un-see, but those are some of the most memorable and unforgettable I can come up with. If I had children, I'm quite sure the list would be much longer.


Balibabe19 43F

9/11/2006 6:01 pm

My babies faces smeared with vernix..not one of them came out screaming!

The phosphurous lake near my home...the fish seem to glow...and handfuls of sand thrown across the waters surface in the dead of night reminds me of the stars above.


rm_gent258 69M
486 posts
9/11/2006 6:02 pm

I have seen so much in my 57 years. Where do I begin? I have seen a Rag Man with a horse drawn wagon collect the recycling of the day. I remember the milkman leaving bottles of milk on the steps at 5 a.m. I remember when our city had two newspapers--one in the morning and one in the evening. I remember when the mailman delivered the mail twice a day the week before Christmas. I remember when their were signs at the bus station that read: White and Colored. And I remember when a coke cost a dime....How's that Mzhuny? You come up with the best questions. Last but not least I remember being in love with a girl and being a cloud nine because I got one kiss at the end of the night--just a kiss.


spacecadet561 61M

9/11/2006 7:00 pm

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten? My father, comatose, after a blood clot had all but killed him.

Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen.. two space launches, live.

What wouldn't I believe? That the human race has a future beyond "This Island Earth" (to use an old movie title).

SpaceCadetù


norprin5 56M

9/11/2006 7:24 pm

i've seen bald eagles catching fish 20 feet from where i was sitting in my little canoe...i've seen a baby bear swimming to an island to catch up with its mama...i've seen a chuckwagon's outrider killed during a race at a rodeo...i've seen a couple in their mid-eighties driving a lawn tractor 13 miles to town because the cops took the old man's drivers license away...that same couple sat in our family room and watched Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon, and i remember the look of disbelief, incomprehension on their faces...

King Nor XVIII


TheRealThing655 50F
9558 posts
9/11/2006 7:30 pm

I think you've seen many things I have never seen...that is why I admire you so much Mz. Huny. I'm glad you never stopped believing through all the good and bad. You are really an inspiration to us all here.


lightswitch1963

9/11/2006 8:21 pm

Well, Huny, this is the best I can do.....Mr.L toook me to see the Ocean, because I ahdn't seen it. He said you should have seen my face the first time a Seagull took a piece of bread out of my hand. And, I agree with the perfection of the little human laying on you. My perfection is now 22 with two of her own.

We'll leave the light on for you.


Likealickn 54F
85 posts
9/11/2006 8:34 pm

Thank you for the thought provoking post Huny!

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten?

LOTS!

Sunsets over the Gulf of Mexico

Dolphins jumping in Tampa Bay

A double rainbow

The remembrance of my father's face.

The remembrance of the sound of my youngest sons' voice and face.

The smiles and pleasure on my oldest child's' face when petting a rabbit /hamster/ horse/ and chicken for the first time - and not being able to say NO when he asked me to keep the chicken as a pet!

Taking the training wheels off his bike crying and laughing at the same time watching his little legs pedal so fast..

A neighbor's house burning down

Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen.

My Angel - sitting next to me in the car while alone recovering from the accident that took my younger sons' life.

What wouldn't I believe?
There is a higher power who at this very moment is protecting us, according to our own needs -Giving us guidance and strength each and every minute of each and everyday.. Even on 9-11.

Joie de Vivre!


Likealickn


Wyldtyme2nite 47M/47F
853 posts
9/11/2006 9:02 pm

Seeing two people I love in agony. Then burying them. And seeing one come back and saying goodbye and the other saying goodbye in a dream.
As for yesterday I believe [post 502741] says it all.


HotTXpussy4U 49F

9/11/2006 9:44 pm

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten? I see the eyes of a friend who passed away way too soon in life. I miss her smile.

Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen..? I stood where Jesus healed the blind man, along with all the other places in the Holy Land. If it was written in the Bible, I wanted to see it...be there. It's something that you take with you for the rest of your life.


cyberluvr1957 61M

9/11/2006 11:45 pm

I HAVE ONE SUGGESTION THERE FOR YA MZHUNNY, FIND SOMEONE WITH A CAM CORDER, SIT YOURSELF DOWN IN FRONT OF IT, START TALKING TO THE PERSON FILMING YOU JUST AS YOU TALK TO ALL OF US ON YOUR BLOG HERE. THE REASON FOR MY SUGGESTION.........................YEARS AFTER YOU MAKE THAT TAPE YOUR CHILDREN AND GRAND CHILDREN WILL ENJOY THAT FILM FOR THE REST OF THER LIVES, YOUR SMILING FACE, YOUR SWEET VOICE AND MOST OF ALL YOUR WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL STORY TELLING.

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten?
I SAW MY FATHER TAKE HIS LAST BREATH AS HE LAYED IN HIS BED DYING WITH ME HOLDING HIS HAND.

Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen..
HAVE YA EVER SEEN BIG FOOT??

What wouldn't I believe?
I DONT THINK YOU WOULD BELIEVE I SAW A UFO IN SOME DEEP WOODS UP IN CANADA, I WENT UP AND TOUCHED THE CRAFT AND THE AMAZING PART OF THE TOUCH WAS.................I COULDN'T FEEL A THING, I MEAN NOT A THING, THE VEHICLE FELT NEITHER WARM OR COLD, IT WAS LIKE I WAS JUST TOUCHING THIN AIR

~~~Have Condoms, Will Travel~~~


.......Stay Happy, Stay Safe, Stay Well........


cyberluvr1957 61M

9/12/2006 12:01 am

What is something ya all have seen..that ya have never forgotten?
THE TIME I SAW MY FATHER TAKE HIS LAST BREATH WITH ME HOLDING HIS HAND.

Tell me something you've seen ..that ya think I ain't never seen..
BIG FOOT HOW BOUT YA?

What wouldn't I believe?
I SAW A UFO IN THE DEEP WOODS OF CANADA, I WENT UP AND TOUCHED THE CRAFT, THE AMAZING PART OF TOUCHING IT WAS...................DIDN'T FEEL A THING, IT DIDN'T FEEL HOT OR COLD, JUST FELT LIKE I WAS TOUCHING NOTHING BUT THIN AIR

~~~Have Condoms, Will Travel~~~


.......Stay Happy, Stay Safe, Stay Well........


rm_imakemlaff 63M
595 posts
9/12/2006 5:49 am

I see that you are a very warm emotional woman. I see that you value the thing around you that most take for granted. I also see you have lived a life that has had many ups and downs. And finally I see that you are wonderful! I really enjoyed this story. Excelent! I will visit often. thank you.


concupiscentKid 41M

9/12/2006 7:56 am

The twin towers collapsing has to be the most unbelievable thing
I ever saw.

I'll never forget being in the middle of an anti-poll tax riot in
London and getting out, ass extant.


bigdaddie2955 63M

9/12/2006 8:15 am

In "01" I was in the Texas Guard,when the attack came,we went to full red alert,I was at work,and was called in,to duty.We were all issued out M16A1's and a full supply of ammo.We were them put at standby, and to stay in the armory for 3 weeks.We were at the ready.We were loaded for bear. Then the orders came down to move,so we went and guarded Ellington field from the terriorists.
I remember watching the fighter jets taking off in formation,to protect the homeland from further attack.The Texas Air National Guard was on full alert.These Fighters were loaded with ordanance,enough to wipe out a small army.
I remember,as I watched all of this unfold,and the squadrons taking off and landing,for 90 days straight,Wow, I was for once proud to be an American! And was proud to help defend my country in this small way to protect our Air Base.It may not seem like much to most people,but to those of us that was there,it was all we could do at the time.
Yesterday,as I remembered the 911 attack,I prayed for all the people who lost their lives on that day,I prayed for our Leaders,that they will make the correct decisions,and I prayed for our Country,that she will stay safe and free.After that,I wept bitterly for the better part of an hour.To think of all the gripeing and argueing that is going on,just because of the war on terror.Wow.I wished everyone would just stop and think about what really happened on 911.


Debbie9oo

9/13/2006 8:18 pm

hi,,been trying to think of something good to write about since my 1 blog is a real life story of my resent lose of my unborn baby and i never thought would every happen to me,,,i do have other children and i will be ok ,,,i was just watching my 2 your old danceing in the room
saying mommy! mommy! wanting me to look,,life is good ! i be all right,,,take care,,,Debbie


rm_erwan63
1 post
5/7/2008 11:29 pm


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